Review by Cruisemomma -- The Biblical Clock

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Review by Cruisemomma -- The Biblical Clock

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[Following is a volunteer review of "The Biblical Clock" by Daniel Friedmann and Dania Sheldon.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Haven’t we all asked the questions where we are from, why we exist, and what will the future hold? From revelations, in the old and new, versions of the Bible we find mysteries that leave us in a state of flux. The Biblical Clock by Friedmann and Sheldon offer a refreshing vantage point in calculating the end of days. It is not what you think the end shall be.

The impressive background Friedmann holds as an engineer, religious training, along with his extensive networking resources, adds to the possible legitimacy of the author’s claims that the end of days can be calculated using historical accounts of wars and mathematical comparisons. Both authors’ do a wonderful job with illustrations to help the reader understand their rationale of computing when and why the end of days are nearing. All of the calculations and correlative dates and math are done for the reader, so you do not have to be a math whiz – the tables and dates make for a feasible ending.

Each descriptive passage may appear fictitious, yet Friedmann and Sheldon assert these events and conversations took place and are factual, excluding Chapter 10. Chapter 10 is a fictitious story that strengthens the proposed dates or timelines and calculations, made by the authors, of past and future. The storytelling is phenomenal, and you find yourself asking “where did he find these details”? How is he privy to this information? The authors explain that the differing fonts and paragraphs may be out of approved format but is meant to highlight and capture the essence of their statements – not to be missed. The entire book is edited exceptionally well, including the purposeful out-of-formatting in certain chapters.

The language and descriptive are clean for all readers. The improvised presentation of each chapter captivates and immerses the reader into ancient and modern events that expand the mind about our existence and what we can expect at the prophesied end of days. The positive energy emanating from the proposed timeline of events has you on the edge of your seat. By Chapter 10 the plot, though fictitious, is based on chronological past occurrences offering a futuristic panorama depicting biblical accounts that are fantastical and believable.

The The Biblical Clock is inclusive of all religious belief systems, free of any secular opinions, to truly understand the nature of using science, math, biblical, and historical accounts to determine when the end of days will occur. For this reason and the well-written confirmations, I rate the book 4 out of 4. There is nothing I disliked about this book. The detailed explanations given by the authors’ welcomes all who wish to find a deeper meaning into who and why we exist using supportive reasoning. Another reason for my rating is the nondiscriminatory methods used by the authors to include expert accounts and documents to justify the calculation of the end of days.

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I like to read ancient books like the Bible, but some part of it does not make sense to me. It's interesting to read your review and find out new opinions. Thanks for that.
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